One of four offensive linemen that started all 11 games along the offensive line for the Herd...Has started in 22 games during his career...Cook was a mainstay at right tackle...Was twice named as Marshall's Offensive Lineman of the Week by the coaching staff (Kansas State and UCF).
Saw action in all 12 games and started in 11 games at right tackle.
2003 (Redshirt Freshman):
Saw action in five games as a reserve right tackle.
Redshirted, did not play.
Was a four-year letter winner for coach Larry Cook at Gilbert High...A three-time first team All-County pick...Second team All-State as a junior and first team All-State as a senior...Blocked for rushers who gained more than 1,000 yards for three seasons...Was the first freshman in school history to start both ways...Was named the most valuable lineman at the 2000 Marshall Football Camp and was named Most Improved Camper at the 2001 camp...Also attended camps at Penn State and WVU...Selected to play in the West Virginia North-South All-Star game...Was the 2000-01 Sargent at Arms of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes as well as a 2001-02 Parliamentarian...Twice selected student of the month and was a 1998 Golden Horseshoe Award winner.
Full name is Randall Seth Cook...Born on Oct. 5, 1983...Son of Tammy England and Randy Cook...Has a brother, Jamie, who played football at West Virginia Tech from 1998-2000...Majoring in management.